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CSPAN
Feb 23, 2013 9:15pm EST
on the issues that unite us. the bipartisan nature of the nga allows us to have very candid conversations with our colleagues from across the country. that is what we will be doing this weekend. while each governor has his or her own agendas, we want to remain sustainable. federal spending cut means states will receive less. it can undermine our budget and slow the economic growth in our states. as it stands, state economies are slowly recovering and we are returning to the revenues we collected back in 2008. we believed in flexible federalism. as we continue to work with congress and the administration, governors are committed to a collaboration to maintain and promote a balanced system. we have as congress and the initiation to keep four points in mind. this should produce savings for the federal and state. it cannot be accomplished by shifting costs from the federal government to the states or by imposing unfunded mandates. state should be given increased flexibility. congress should not impose efforts as this. many of the decisions that affect our health care are made in the states, e
FOX Business
Feb 23, 2013 8:00pm EST
there is a little app if you want to listen the radio show, it's right there. all the ways to contact us is the main website which is my name, tomsullivan.com. we are many stations around the country and like i said. you can click the button on my website. it's every weekday from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. eastern. we'll have another great tv show for you next week on fox business. in the meantime, i hope to hear you on the radio. lou: good evening, everybody the day can be described as quiet from washington to the middle east, where as two days for market selloffs brought i told you sos from some wall street gurus. today's triple digit rally in the dow was unobserved by those who lost the narrative. as surrogates and private campaign force, organizing for action, worked to upend the second amendment, the president, himself, seems most willing to put a electoral risk, and the democratic senators and they had the elections, and facing constituents on g control, trying to explain the president's early enthusiasms and why he's silent about it now. the president privately meeting with white house reporters today
FOX
Feb 23, 2013 10:00pm PST
francisco. john sasaki got a front seat to the parade and he join us now. >> reporter: the parade has been over for two hours and the clean up is well on the way. this lighting set is being broken down. and based on the smiles of people leaving the parade, it was another success. the weather could not have been nicer. >> just out here with family having a good time and celebrating chinese new year, the year of the snake. >> reporter: with such nice conditions. the huge crowd was fired up. >> reporter: mayor ed lee showed off. >> every year we get to show off the biggest parade in the world. this is like number 10 in the world. >> reporter: it was a night for marching bands including this one from uc davis. fireworks and floats some of the stars of the show were the smallest of performers including these youngsters from west portal school. >> we know little kids who are in the parade. i'm happy there are so many little ones, they are so cute. >> the youngsters were so excited about all they were seeing. >> it's so awesome because there's a big parade and a lot of people. >> reporter: the ko
MSNBC
Feb 24, 2013 7:00am PST
johnson signed the law in 1965, americans of color get that right and states, like yours, could not use tactics to undermine it. he explained the importance of section five best on in the speech saying the heart of the act is plain. wherever by clear and objective standards, states and counties are using regulations or laws or tests to deny the right to vote, then they will be struck down. it is clear state officials intend to discriminate. the federal examiners will be sent in to register all voters. when the process of elimination is gone, the examiners will be withdrawn. for the first time millions of african-americans could vote without undue influence or violence. let's be honest about a few things. first, 1965 was not that long ago. even if the images are in black and white, it's around the corner historically. and the redistricting plan was as recent as 2006. the process that will unravel or sustain a key act begins. the way the supreme court decides is vitally important and could leave many americans, particularly americans of color with less right to vote. there's a lot to unpa
FOX
Feb 24, 2013 7:00am PST
. rosemary is tracking your weather. >> yes, a nice day. mostly clear, a little cool. some of us are a lot cooler. some of us not so much. it has to do with the winds i'm seeing in the hills and around the bay area. by the afternoon the winds will relax. the temperatures will be warmer that be what we were yesterday. i'll show you by how much and the reason behind these winds and when i expect they will go away coming up. >>> and with the start of the daytona 500 just hours away, nascar says that drivers will start their engines as planned despite a big wreck in the final lap of the sprint cup series yesterday that caused major damage at the speedway. >> we met with nascar at 8:00 a.m. we reviewed all the repairs we made last evening. we worked late into the evening and we're prepared to go racing today. >> just a short time ago the daytona international president said that crews spent the night fixing a damaged fence that is used to protect fans. people who have tickets in that area will be reseated if they request it. there was a crash yesterday with fans jumping out of their seats that
CSPAN
Feb 23, 2013 7:00pm EST
here in washington and those at homes from coast to coast are joining us for this moment. we have expert panelists here to enlighten us. i will introduce them in just a moment. but first, we have a special message from first lady michelle obama that we would like to share. >> hello everyone. i am pleased to kick off this series d telling the lives of america's first ladies. in the coming weeks you will have the chance to learn about the stories, achievements, and legacy of these truly a remarkable women. as you watch i am sure you will begin to see why i am so honored and humbled to follow in their footsteps. working on causes ranging from the trustee to women's rights to environmental stewardship, each of these would then left their own indelible stamp on the white house and on our nation's history. like them i found that this role offers an extraordinary opportunity to give back and make a real and lasting difference in people's lives. for me that has meant help our kids lead healthier lives, working to get our military families the benefits and support they earn, opening the wh
PBS
Feb 24, 2013 8:30am PST
? that sort of attention that we get as people who have flown in space, less now than it used to be, but still significant, was something that i was not quite prepared for. >> hinojosa: you mean because of the fact that, like, for you, you are the first latino astronaut from the united states, but you actually are from costa rica. your name... i love your name. so franklin from franklin delano roosevelt. >> roosevelt, that's right. >> hinojosa: chang from your grandfather. >> from china. >> hinojosa: from china. and diaz from your... >> maternal grandfather from spain. >> hinojosa: from spain. >> costa rica, actually. >> hinojosa: and then costa rica. >> yeah. >> hinojosa: you are, like, the... >> little bit of a mix there. >> hinojosa: what is that like, to... i mean, you say that it's a little uncomfortable to be seen as something special, but again, to be seen as someone, some person special in three entirely different countries is pretty extraordinary. >> well, it's a very big responsibility in some ways, mainly to the young people. because, you know, we become sort of role models, and...
CSPAN
Feb 23, 2013 7:00pm EST
. it was a story about him getting put up in a swank new york hotel and he got lost. i've used a hatchet to blaze a trail so he would know how to get back. this is who lincoln has to go up against. [laughter] he is actually very successful. he has the biggest majority in the district, bigger than baker's majority and hardin's majority, now he has a gear and half until he is sworn in. so he continues to go to court, he continues to try these cases and handle cases. the last case that he handles before he heads to washington is a slave case. this is going to be very important when we see where the wilderness act. so there was a slave in the illinois courts, she was trying to bring him back to kentucky. his entire life he is exposed to slavery. he was born in kentucky, which was basically america's first highly if this is something that is very familiar to him. he sees the biggest slave market in north america and he sees the brutality of of slavery and he wishes it would end, but he also recognizes that there are laws in place. and so he represented mr. madsen. you would never see something like th
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